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México City: Wrestling Tour

1. México City: Wrestling Tour

Have fun and feel the passion with the best wrestling tour. On this tour, you will enjoy the incredible panoramic view on board of the double floor bus with a retractable roof visiting Monumento a la Revolucion, Alameda Central, Glorieta de Colón, and Parroquia de la Sta. Veracruz. Arriving at Arena Mexico you will receive a free mask and a shot of tequila and will live and understand the culture of the wrestling art, explained by the guide. Mexican wrestling began in 1840, one hundred years before it became an official sport. The first wrestling took place in public squares, theaters, bull rings, or any small box ring where fight demonstrations take place. At the beginning of the 20th century, most of the wrestling promoters were foreigners, for example, the Italian Giovanni Resselech, who organized two wrestling seasons in 1910, and the Belgian Constant le Marin, who first made a presentation including a Mexican versus a Romanian wrestler in 1921. With this background and the increasing popularity of this activity, the first wrestling function was made in the Arena Mexico in September 21st of 1933, on the previously called Arena Modelo.

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Private Tour: Xochimilco, Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

2. Private Tour: Xochimilco, Coyoacan and Frida Kahlo Museum

On this 6-hour private tour, begin with a pick-up from your hotel in Mexico City and drive to Xochimilco. There, climb aboard a trajinera painted with bright colors to explore the channels built by the Aztec civilization. During the tour, you will be informed about the construction of artificial islands and other activities at the UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the Anahuacalli Museum, founded by the famous Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. Your guide will offer you a personalized narration about the art collection including 64,000 pre-Hispanic pieces. The blue house, also known as the Frida Kahlo Museum, is where the enigmatic painter Frida Kahlo lived and died. Learn about the important details of her life and admire your her work before taking a stroll through the historic center of Coyoacan, which has a colonial atmosphere. Lastly, your guide will take you to visit the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where you will be able to see mosaic murals by Diego Rivera, Juan O'Gorman and David A.Siqueiros. After admiring the views of the Olympic stadium, be taken from the Vuelta to your hotel.

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Mexico City: Teotihuacan, Shrine of Guadalupe & Tlatelolco

3. Mexico City: Teotihuacan, Shrine of Guadalupe & Tlatelolco

Embark on a full-day guided tour to some of Mexico City's most famous landmarks. Discover more about Mexican culture and history with your guide as you visit Tlatelolco, the Pyramids of Teotihuacan, and the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. After being picked up from your hotel or accommodation, travel with your guide to the first stop on the tour, Tlatelolco. This ancient pre-Columbian landmark is located at the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, and is an important archaelogical site. It is also notoriously known as the location of the 1968 Tlatelolco massacre. Following this, travel onwards to Teotihuacan. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is estimated to be 2,500 years old and contains some of the most significant Mesoamerican pyramids, such as the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Climb to the top of these pyramids to get a spectacular view of the “City of the Gods” and the surrounding valley. After exploring the ancient city, stop for lunch at a traditional Mexican restaurant, at your expense. After lunch, make your way to the final stop on the tour at one of Mexico’s most important Catholic pilgrimage sites, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Dating back to the Spanish conquest of the region, the site has undergone multiple transformations throughout the centuries and has remained an important destination for the Catholic community of the country. Afterwards, enjoy transportation back to your accommodation to finish the day.

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Private Tour: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine

4. Private Tour: Teotihuacan and Guadalupe Shrine

The day begins with a panoramic tour in Tlatelolco, today the largest Archaeological site in Mexico City that was part of the capital of the Aztec Empire. It was the main marketplace of that empire and where the conquest of the Aztecs was consummated. Right there is the Plaza de las Tres Culturas, where the pre-Hispanic, colonial and present world of Mexico meet. Later, continue the tour to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the most important religious building in all of Mexico and one of the most visited places in the Catholic world, which receives annually more than twenty million pilgrims. After the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City, continue to Teotihuacan, the City of the Gods, located in the northeast of Mexico City. In Teotihuacan, the guide will tell you about the history of this place, its mysteries, its development, its greatness, its importance and its fall. After, you will have free time for those who wish to climb to the Pyramid of the Sun or walk through the famous Avenue of the Dead.

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From Mexico City: Xochimilco & Colonial Coyoacan Trip

5. From Mexico City: Xochimilco & Colonial Coyoacan Trip

Setting off on this half-day tour of Xochimilco and Coyoacan, you’ll pass by Mexico City’s World Trade Center, the Siqueiros Cultural Polyforum, the Monumental Mexico Bull Ring, and the Insurgentes Theater with its mosaic mural of Diego Rivera’s Cantinflas. Explore the university library that features mosaic murals by Juan O´Gorman, Mexico’s Olympic stadium, and the residential area of Pedregal de San Angel, built on lava fields. Enjoy the peaceful waters of the Xochimilco canals, one of the last traces of the Aztec era. Take a relaxing, scenic journey on these ancient waters on a traditional punt or pre-Hispanic boat. You’ll visit the impressive colonial district of Coyoacan. Walk along Francisco Sosa Street to the town’s main square, admiring its large, rambling 16th-century houses on the way. See the impressive mansion of Spanish Conquistador Hernando Cortes and the Church of St. John the Baptist, with its magnificent paintings and altarpieces.

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From Mexico City: Tula And Tepotzotlán Private Day Tour

6. From Mexico City: Tula And Tepotzotlán Private Day Tour

Your tour begins with hotel pick-up in Mexico City in the morning. Board your private vehicle and head to visit the archaeological site of Tula. Here, you can see the Atlantes, which are something like 5-meter statues of warriors and related to Atlantis. This is a Ceremonial Center from the 8th century. Before the Mexicas, people from Tula were considered the best architects of ancient times. Unfortunately they disappeared because of invasions of cultures from the north of the country. Learn from your knowledgeable guide how Tulenses were the ones innovating in different techniques of construction. Admire their use of sidewalks and decoration with stucco as you visit the site. Your tour then continues with a visit to the convent of the Jesuits order: Tepotzotlán. This is the best example of the conquest of Mexico. See the chapel of San Francisco Javier which is a very impressive construction as it is part of the samples of Mexican Barroque Style. The entire church is covered with gold leaves and you'll even visit the room of the nuns which includes samples of their clothing. After taking in some great history of Mexico, you'll drive back to Mexico City and be dropped-off back at your hotel.

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Mexico City: Cantinas Walking Tour with Tasting Sessions

7. Mexico City: Cantinas Walking Tour with Tasting Sessions

Walk around Mexico City’s bustling downtown region and visit 4 traditional bars, also known by the locals as cantinas. Immerse yourself in authentic Mexican magic as you mingle with and meet the locals at a selection of bars off-the-beaten-track. As you hop from bar to bar, learn about the social role that cantinas have had in Mexican culture and how they have helped shaped the city and the local communities. Listen to your guide share unique insight and anecdotes about the locations, and enjoy the opportunity to reach out to locals if you wish. At each bar, taste a selection of traditional snacks and delicacies including mezcal, tequila, micheladas and more. You’ll also dine on an authentic Mexican dinner at one of the tastiest cantinas in town, whilst listening to some of the greatest hits of the country’s traditional music.

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Mexico City: 3–Hour Polanco Food Tour

8. Mexico City: 3–Hour Polanco Food Tour

Witness Mexico City's gastronomic hotspot of Polanco on this unforgettable food and cultural tour. Sample authentic Mexican food, from tacos to tlayudas, including Mexican chocolate. Live this experience in an intimate group, as food ambassadors make sure you learn, enjoy and have a fantastic time in Mexico City's amazing Polanco.  Don't miss this foodie's adventure and discover great eateries. Every venue has been carefully chosen so you can experience the real Mexican deal. Try a mouthwatering Mexican marlin tostada or a delicious tortilla soup. During your culinary experience, pass through lovely green spaces and trendy art galleries.  Delicious food samplings are served from different off–the–beaten–path locations. Stops include an authentic Oaxacan food restaurant, a real Mexican Cantina and Mexico City’s top rated tacos. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the best food tour in Mexico City.  

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Mexico City: Lucha Libre Show

9. Mexico City: Lucha Libre Show

There’s nothing more thrilling than a classic wrestling match—jump into the excitement of the arena and see how locals experience this traditional spectacle.   Start the evening with a traditional drink and get ready to see Lucha Libre live. Enter the arena in top seats and experience an unforgettable night surrounded by the passion that this traditional sport generates in Mexican crowds.   Cheer on your favorite luchador (wrestler) while you learn about the history and social context of this classic show, all while sipping a local beer. See the good guys fighting the bad guys and admire their mind-blowing skills throughout the ring and aisles.

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Mexico City: National Palace and Metropolitan Cathedral Tour

10. Mexico City: National Palace and Metropolitan Cathedral Tour

Marvel at the many beautiful architectural monuments in Mexico City. Visit the National Palace, see the Constitution Square, and admire the Metropolitan Cathedral. First stop, you will visit the National Palace, where you will see beautiful murals painted by the great Diego Rivera. Continue on to the famous Constitution Square and then walk around the Metropolitan Cathedral.  Next, you will visit the Historical Centre, which is the heart of the Mexican capital. After your visit, you will head to Chapultepec Park, the most important residential zones of the city, and the Pink Zone.

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What people are saying about State of Mexico

Overall rating

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based on 1 reviews

Mario (tour guide) and Alfonso (driver) were incredible! They made sure that we got to see everything, answered all of our questions, and never rushed us to any of the destinations. The amount of history we learned was immense and super interesting. One of the best tours we’ve ever went on - would HIGHLY recommend!

Miguel was the best driver and Sergio was the best guide we could have. Excellent service, on time, top quality, would definitely recommend this tour and recommend for you to ask for Sergio and Miguel to be your tour crew.

An exciting trip with a fantastic guide and good driver. Carlos our guide was a good communicator, answered our questions kindly and was happy to tell about both history and life in Mexico.

Completely safe private tour and a very informative guide who was a big help since it was our first trip to Mexico City

Amazing experience. It is a most if you want to experience the tradition of the day of the dead